1954 : Before You Wrecked The Climate

During the low CO2 summer of 1954, half of the US was in moderate to extreme drought and New England was hit by two major hurricanes in ten days. If this happened now, US climate experts would demand immediate world communism to save the planet.

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9 Responses to 1954 : Before You Wrecked The Climate

  1. emsnews says:

    I vividly remember that summer. I was a child in Wisconsin and was hit directly by a lightning bolt. Nearly died.

  2. Douglas Hoyt says:

    I remember that summer as well. When the hurricane passed by, I went outside and jumped into the wind. Then I jumped with the wind and went much further. My parents didn’t approve.

  3. Andy DC says:

    Not to mention Hurricane Hazel in October 1954, a CAT 4 that brought death and destruction from the Carolinas to Ontrario.

  4. Sparks says:

    So Communism = good, Climate Change = Bad.

    Got it.

  5. Dan says:

    Yeah, 1954, before we wrecked the climate. What about the climate footprint of WWII? Thousands of ships and hundreds of thousands of planes? A million or so trucks, mostly burning leaded gas?

  6. inMAGICn says:

    I was in the first grade in tidewater Virginia that year. The destruction locally included big old trees literally ripped apart by the winds and damage to local schools and homes. I mean roofs torn off as in tornadoes, a liberty ship shoved onto the dock that it was tied beside, and flooding throughout the swamp country we were near.

    Vivid still…

  7. Brian H says:

    I was already out-gassing by then.

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